Sidsel Engmann Juul
JUR Juridisk Ph.d.-uddannelse
Karen Blixens Plads 16, 2300 København S, 6A Bygning 6A (Afsnit 3), Bygning: 6A-4-23
Sidsel Engmann Juul is a PhD-student at the Centre for International Law and Governance (CILG) at the University of Copenhagen. Her research centers on human rights and the European Court of Human Rights - in particular, the protection afforded to minorities and the interpretation practices of the Court.
Her dissertation will be on the European Court of Human Rights’ use of the interpretive tool European consensus in terms of minorities. The PhD-project is co-financed with the Danish Institute for Human Rights and is supervised by Professor Jens Elo Rytter and Head of Research Pernille Boye Koch.
Sidsel holds a Master in Laws from the University of Copenhagen and has previously worked at the Danish Institute for Human Rights and the Ministry of Social Affairs.
- Human rights
- European Court of Human Rights
- European consensus
- Interpretative practices within human rights courts